|Ototoxic Drugs Exposed (3rd
Stop Drugs From Damaging Your Ears!
• Have trouble hearing? Ears ringing? Room
Find out quickly if your medications may be the culprits!
• Protect your ears from the sneak attacks of drugs
• Ear-damaging effects revealed on more
1,000 drugs, herbals and chemicals!
how you can protect your ears from the ravages of ototoxic drugs herbs and chemicals
Third Edition of Ototoxic Drugs Exposed (798 pages) reveals the shocking truth that prescription drugs can, and do, damage
ears far more than anyone imagines. In this book you will learn that some ototoxic drugs can slowly and insidiously
rob you of your hearing, cause your ears to ring or destroy your balance. You will discover that other drugs can
smash your ears in one fell swoop, leaving you with profound, permanent hearing loss, and bringing unwanted, traumatic
change into your life.
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It's Up To You
If you are like most people, you never give drugs a second thought.
Your doctor prescribes them—you take them. It never enters your head that these drugs may be damaging your ears.
Many health care professionals know little or nothing about ototoxic
drugs and their pronounced effects on hard-of-hearing people. Therefore, it
is up to you to do all you can to protect your ears from the ravages of ototoxic drugs and chemicals.
This newly revised and expanded, easy-to-read, 798 page third edition
is crammed with the vital information you and your doctor need to know in order to protect your ears.
Learn the secrets of ototoxic drugs now.
You will be well-equipped to protect yourself from ear-damaging (ototoxic)
drugs once you know the following:
- Exactly what ototoxic drugs are. See page 35.
- 24 symptoms of damage ototoxic drugs can do to your ears apart from hearing
loss and how this damage can adversely affect the quality of your life for years to come. See page
- 13 drugs that have a severe risk of damaging your ears (and
107 that have
a moderate risk). Ask your doctor to substitute lower-risk drugs if at all possible.
ears at risk
you are taking?
- Details on 877 drugs, 35 herbals and 148 chemicals that can damage your ears.
- Find whatever drug you are looking for fast whether you know the brand name
or the generic name. 2,537 drug brand and generic names
listed. See drug listings beginning on page 165.
- The two most common symptoms to watch for (before it is too late) that often
warn you that drugs are beginning to damage your ears. See pages 46 &
- Why you cannot rely on the "drug bibles" such as the Physician's
Desk Reference (PDR) that your doctor and pharmacist use for the whole truth about the ototoxic side effects of
many drugs. See page 85.
- Use the special unique drug table to see at a glance which drugs in a given
class of drugs are the most harmful to your ears so you and your doctor can choose less ototoxic ones. See page
- 20 risk factors that increase your chances of having an ototoxic reaction
to some of the drugs you are taking. These are especially important if you already have a hearing loss. See page
- The numerous ototoxic chemicals that are in your home, workplace and environment.
Find the ototoxic details fast. Chapter 16 lists 849 brand, chemical and common names. See page
- Far less than 1% of ototoxic side effects are ever reported to the FDA.
This makes the reported incidence figures in drug reference books like the PDR totally inaccurate and misleading.
See pages 73-74.
- The drug combinations you should never take together, since these drugs
often team up to smash your ears. See page 142.
"Neil Bauman has carefully researched ear-damaging (ototoxic) drugs.
More and more people are inadvertently damaging their ears as they take powerful new medications and as they take
multiple medications at the same time. As a result, this book is vital for both physicians and patients, especially
for people who already have some degree of hearing loss."
—Dr. Harold McPheeters, MD
- Why many drugs can be given a clean bill of health in regards to ototoxicity,
yet they can severely damage your hearing. If you want to protect your ears, you need to know about this. Discover
why one researcher can show that a given drug only causes hearing loss in 3% of the people taking it, while another
researcher proves that it causes hearing loss in 100% of the people taking it. See page
- Hard of hearing people often "hear" with their eyes since many
rely on speechreading to understand what is said. If you are hard of hearing, you want to protect your eyes at
all costs. Table 7-1 lists 43 drugs that can damage your eyes. Even more shocking, Table 7-2 lists
103 drugs that can damage both your eyes and your ears at
the same time. See page 107.
- Certain drugs and noise team up to really harm your
ears. Here are the drugs and chemicals you need to watch out
for if you are around noise. See pages 113-114.
- Page 97 reveals why conventional hearing tests seldom catch drug-induced
hearing loss until it is much too late.
- Learn a dozen ways you can reduce the risk to your ears. See page 66.
- Aminoglycoside antibiotics as a class are very ototoxic, especially if you
have a particular genetic variation. Before you take any of these antibiotics, you should know whether you have
this particular genetic variant. See page 123.
- Washing down your medications with grapefruit juice can increase your risk
of ototoxicity by as much as 1,500%. Page 136 reveals the details.
- Your hearing ear dog may be your best friend, but he cannot help you if
he loses his hearing. Table 12-1 lists 271 drugs prescribed by veterinarians that can damage your faithful pooches
ears. See page 145.
"When it comes to drugs, it is just appalling how much ignorance there is out there. The only sources I have found that are trustworthy are these: (1) your website and book "Ototoxic Drugs Exposed", (2) some pharmacists and (3) my psychiatrist—mine is especially careful about drugs."—N.
"I am so glad you wrote this book. It's amazing, and a little scary,
that so many doctors don't know what the ototoxicity risks are for the
drugs that they prescribe. Your book is even more thorough than the
Physicians Desk Reference available on line. I would have been very
anxious...if it weren't for that fact that your book was available for
me to refer to."—S. K.
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